EEWeb: NexLogic Eyes the Wearable Market with Tiny PCB Packages
While many leading technology companies have no problem finding success by supporting well-established industries, it’s fair to say that it takes a special brand of ambition to choose to approach new and open-ended avenues of innovation instead. Certainly, every industry is subject to its own forces of change and the necessity for creative evolution, it’s a different kind of challenge when processes are still being defined and the need to invent some of the devices and tools that are required to get the job done becomes a primary concern.
This is the case for NexLogic, a one-stop PCB design company based in San Jose, California. At the start of its 21st year, NexLogic, and company President Zulki Khan, are set on something that’s on the minds of a lot of today’s consumer and commercial industries alike: wearable technology. In a recent interview with EEWeb, Khan spoke about NexLogic’s successful approach to the burgeoning wearables market and what new opportunities lie ahead for PCB companies in this new frontier.